Tag: hardware

The Thule Sleeve is one hell of a case: A review

In the winter of 2009 I set out to conquer Europe, well, more like do a mad-dash from Prague to Vienna to Venice all in...

Steve Jobs: “We don’t see USB 3 taking off at this time”

Gizmodo reported on October 29 that Apple CEO Steve Jobs took a decided stance on the use of USB 3.0 in Macintosh computers. Via a...

MoviePeg for the iPhone and iPad: A review

When it comes to “docks” for our iPhone and iPad, we prefer to have stands that hold up the dock and then fade into the...

Goodbye Apple TV, Hello iTV

The whole idea of taking over the living room and become the digital hub seems to be taking a slight detour from our friends at...

Clear iSpot: A Review

I was reading my RSS feeds Wednesday morning when I came across a press release. It was from Clear announcing their new product the iSpot....

Deskbook Pro, excellent idea at a steep price

If you use your MacBook Pro as a desktop replacement, you’ve probably had a moment where you found yourself wishing that you had some kind...

JooJoo can run a full version of OS X, allegedly

Remember the JooJoo? Yeah, we barely do too, but perhaps you remember it by its original name, CrunchPad. This $499 device that’s apparently sold 90...

Just like that, iFixit tears apart a new Mac Mini

One of my favourite things to do on announcement day is to spam iFixit’s website right after new hardware is announced, hoping to catch a...

New Mac Minis: New Design, New Specs

When the Apple store went down bright and early (Around 7AM ET/4AM PT yesterday) everybody knew what was coming; iPhone 4 pre-orders. What most weren’t...

Review: Freetalk® Everyman HD

Recently, Freetalk® has come out with a new webcam that broadcasts and records in HD. The Everyman HD is made to work flawlessly with Skype...

The Drobo S — a review

We knew it was going to be awesome, but we didn’t know just how difficult it was going to be reviewing a “Data Robot.” What’s...

Quick Tip: Stop your drive from spinning down

If you’re anything like me you absolutely hate waiting for your system to come back out of sleep mode. Part of the delay tends to...

Will the iPad cannibalize sales?

News across the wire today is that the iPad has killed off the netbook. Many are reporting it, and a few a playing loose and...

Wanna see the insides of an iPad 3G ?

Geeks are born to tinker. It’s what we do. We dig down into operating systems where we’re not supposed to, we mod our gaming consoles...

Create your own laptop and iPhone sleeve with Snupped

If you’re anything like me, you want to control how everything around you looks. I have a very difficult time buying stuff because I can’t...

Zune HD and iPod: an objective Comparison

Many news sites have been comparing the new Zune HD and the iPod lines. I will not argue that they have their own opinions, yet...

Break the Chain of Charging

What does breaking the chain mean? Well I think about banks with this phrase. You walk into a bank and they have pens at each...

IOSafe Solo Hard Drive Review – Burn this Hard Drive: I Dare You

I had an opportunity to check out the fireproof and waterproof ioSafe Solo ($149 and up), and man, this thing is incredibly massive. And for...